Nationals Maintain Offensive Outburst In Win Over Mets

Following their remarkable series in Atlanta, the Washington Nationals (10-13) continued their momentum on Thursday night, defeating the New York Mets (15-8) by a final of 8-2. Though the Mets took an early lead in this matchup at Citi Field, the Nationals built off a middle-inning rally to take control of the game. Continue reading…


Federal Reserve: Profiling Most Recent Nats Call-Up Sammy Solis

The Washington Nationals’ early-season trend of dipping into the minors for bullpen help continued on Wednesday, when left-hander Sammy Solis was recalled from Double-A Harrisburg. Much like the other pitchers that have debuted this season, Solis has shown vast potential at various points in his career but has also dealt with his fair share of ups and downs. Continue reading…


Nats Roll Over Braves With Second 13-Run Win In A Row

Just 24 hours after completing an astonishing comeback win, the Washington Nationals (9-13) beat the Atlanta Braves (10-11) again to win their first road series of the season and keep fans’ hopes of a turnaround alive.

The frustrating, offense-deficient losing streak was pushed a little further into history with the Nats’ booming 13-4 win. The Nationals never trailed by more than a run, and once they took the lead they just kept piling on. Continue reading…


Nats Break Losing Streak With Biggest Comeback In Team History

After six straight losses, the longest such streak for the Washington Nationals (8-13) since July 2013, it was only fitting that the beleaguered organization would grind out the win to break that streak with a franchise record comeback. Down by as many as eight runs, the offense finally came to life and pulled out a 13-12 win against the Atlanta Braves (10-10). Continue reading…


Nats’ Losing Streak Reaches Six With Loss In Atlanta

Though they played the Atlanta Braves (10-9) close in the early goings, things fell apart quickly for the Washington Nationals (7-13) in their 8-4 loss on Monday. With the score tied 1-1, the Braves managed to take the lead in the bottom of the fourth and pulled ahead with a scoring spree over their final three innings at the plate. The result was the Nationals’ sixth straight loss, their longest losing streak since July 2013. Continue reading…


Nats Drop Fifth Straight as Marlins Sweep

In a performance for the ages, the Washington Wizards dismantled the Toronto Raptors in Game 4 of their series to complete the sweep, winning 125-94 and advancing to the second round of the playoffs.

What’s that? Wrong sport?

In other news, the Washington Nationals (7-12) lost their fifth consecutive game, as the Miami Marlins (8-11) completed a sweep of their own. Another defensive miscue handed the Marlins three runs as the Nationals continued their early-season stumble.

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More Bullpen Woes as Nats fall to Marlins

The Washington Nationals came into tonight’s contest in Miami against the Marlins as losers of two straight against the hated St. Louis Cardinals. Hoping to put the series loss in their rear-view mirror the Nationals turned to veteran righty Jordan Zimmermann against Alexandria native Mat Latos. However, the story turned into a familiar one when Zimmermann kept the ballclub in the game through six strong innings before the bullpen once again gave away the lead. Impotent offense combined with unseasoned relievers led the Nationals to their third straight loss, a 3-2 decision at Marlins Park.

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Scherzer Strong, But Nats Fall To Cardinals

Despite a few chances, the Washington Nationals (7-9) never cut their deficit during a 4-1 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals (10-4) on Thursday. Even as starter Max Scherzer turned in another solid performance, the Nationals’ inability to get the big hit became one of the game’s deciding factors. Continue reading…


Federal Reserve: Grace Replaces Rivero

On Wednesday, the Washington Nationals once again tapped into their farm system for bullpen help, calling up Matt Grace from Triple-A Syracuse. Grace—who was called upon to take the place of the injured Felipe Rivero—made his debut Wednesday night, throwing a scoreless inning in the Nationals’ loss to the St. Louis Cardinals. Continue reading…